Picture a brawn paradise. Music blaring. Metal weights clanging. The trainer mouthing motivational nothings to get his wards to do that extra pull-up.
So comedian-actor Kevin Hart on a talk show asks Tokyo Olympics high jump champions Mutaz Essa Barshim and Gianmarco Tamberi if they really can say ‘I am the best’ since they decided to share the gold.
From technological innovation to leaving a lasting legacy, FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 will represent a lot more than just a spectacle for football.
Seven years ago, Mutaz Essa Barshim was locked in a sensational men’s high jump battle in Rome. The evening ended with the Qatari star soaring over what was then his personal best and an Asian record of 2.41m, while Ukraine’s Bohdan Bondarenko (2.34m) and Erik Kynard (2.31m) of the US finished secon
High jump world champion Mutaz Essa Barshim had to settle for second place at his home Diamond League meet on Friday, even as Team Qatar athlete Femi Ogunode booked himself an Olympic spot in the men’s 100m and many a world lead marks were breached across track and field disciplines.
It’s been 10 years since Mutaz Essa Barshim made his Diamond League debut in Doha in 2011.
Khalifa bin Sheail al-Kuwari and Al Wasmiyah Farm topped the lists for owners in the end-of-season honours announced by Qatar Racing and Equestrian Club, even as Alban de Mieulle and Ibrahim al-Malki emerged as the leading trainers.
Alban de Mieulle strengthened his grip on the trainer’s championship after the veteran trainer celebrated five winners on Thursday, including the Qatar Gold Sword (Group 1 PA) winner Tayf, even as the Deborah Mountain-saddled Seeyoubyme won his first Group 1 when he topped the Qatar Gold Trophy for
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